PA Congressional Redistricting Case Heads To Federal CourtPennsylvania Republicans will be in federal court Friday seeking an injunction against the map of Congressional districts imposed by the state Supreme Court last month.
Dissenting Justice In Redistricting Case: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Majority In 'Good Faith'As state budget hearings continued Tuesday, it was the judiciary’s turn to appear before the state Senate Appropriations Committee.
Philadelphia State Senator ‘Ballistic’ Over Persistence Of ‘Redlining’A Philadelphia state senator says he’s gearing up for a fight after a report that "redlining" by financial institutions continues to plague Philadelphia and other cities.
Pennsylvania Lobbyist Bill SignedGovernor Tom Wolf has signed a bill intended to improve lobbyist disclosure in Pennsylvania.
PA Redistricting Deadline Looms, Agreement Seems UnlikelyWithout an agreement, the Supreme Court has said it will impose its own map, and legislative GOP leaders say if that happens they will go to federal court.
Gov. Wolf, GOP Lawmakers Each Say 'It's Your Move' On Congressional MapsThe Supreme Court has said it will draw up its own map if the legislature and Governor Wolf don’t agree to one by Thursday.
Crunch Time In PA Congressional Redistricting CaseThe next few days will be critical ones in the case involving the shape of Pennsylvania’s Congressional districts.
PA GOP Legislative Leaders Deliver New Proposed Congressional Map To GovernorRepublican leaders of the Pennsylvania legislature delivered a new proposed map of Congressional Districts to Governor Wolf Friday night.
Wolf Budget Proposal: More Education Money, Shale TaxIn a re-election year, Governor Wolf’s budget address was largely devoted to his list of first term accomplishments.
PA Senate GOP Leader: No Redistricting Data For State Supreme CourtThe state Supreme Court has said it will draw Congressional boundaries, if necessary.
Lawmakers See Eagles Green In Pennsylvania CapitolThe Eagles fight song echoed through the state Capitol rotunda Wednesday morning.
Pennsylvania A Step Closer To Vote On Smaller House Of RepsA referendum asking Pennsylvania voters if they want a smaller state House of Representatives could end up the ballot this November.
Veteran Local GOP Lawmakers Line Up To Leave HarrisburgThe Philadelphia suburbs are experiencing an exodus of veteran members of the state legislature’s Republican party majority.
With Medical Marijuana Done, Supporters Eye Recreational Pot For PennsylvaniaLed by one of the state’s top elected officials, supporters are ramping up their push for legalizing recreational pot in Pennsylvania.
GOP Legislative Leaders On 'Dual Track' After Pa. Redistricting RulingThe court’s deadline for lawmakers to submit a new map is Feb. 9.